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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified Purchase. ONe of my favorites, it is both culture locked and time locked.
It is a strange book, barrated by different people, sometimes more than one, sometimes more than one at the same time. Sometimes it is narrated by a giant whale, or at least I think it does. The big question is, "Can you see the fnords? It is a very strange book. All Hal Eris It's the hitchhiker's guide to the Galaxy for adults, it's also good the whole way through.
I bought a second copy recently to highlight all of my favorite parts, I stopped on page four, I had highlighted every letter. This book has so many thought provoking quips, and ideals, that I believe it should be curriculum reading, in every other year of schooling, just so you can understand and relate to it better. I don't agree with a lot of their tenets, but they're made in such good ways that I'm curious if they even agreed with them, and just used them as counter-counter-culture.
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One person found this helpful. This trilogy tells a fictional story that blends social satire with myths, legends, conspiracies, and culture. It presents a lot of true material merged with fiction and a crazy end of world plot.
The three books are together with appendices and the page count is just over Although most if the beliefs and theories are from the s and 70s, a lot remains valid or believed in today. The Illuminatus! Trilogy is a pretty weird book, even by postmodern conventions.
The narrative jumps back and forth between 3rd person and any given character without warning. There are quite a few plot threads, and the transitions between these threads are practically nonexistent; nothing is really there to signify a change in scene, and sometimes one thread even jumps to another mid-sentence.
Oh, and there are tons of characters, many of whom make low-key entrances only to show up again much later in the story. If this all makes Illuminatus! Whereas Pynchon uses his vast wealth of knowledge to go off on tangents and add more historical background to any given event than what might be necessary don't get me wrong, though, his books are very entertaining in their own way , Shea and Wilson essentially poke fun at all the insane and not-so-insane facts they dig up.
Of course, half of these "facts" were made up, but that's where Illuminatus! It is, to put it one way, the Skeptic's Bible, and if that sounds like an oxymoron, good job for noticing. There is, of course, a lot of true information scattered throughout the book, and it becomes obvious that Shea and Wilson put a great amount of research and insight into writing this, but for every true story there are at least two false leads, two red herrings.
Not only that, but the trilogy takes shots at too many groups, individuals, and ideologies to count, but here are some notable examples: It then has the audacity to ask the reader, "Do you believe that?
In the post-Patriot Act United States, some of what happens in this book is eerily prophetic, and many of the socio-political issues being faced today were going on over 40 years ago.
History repeats? I suspect that the more whacked-out portions of the book are Wilson's writing, although the man himself said that it's hard to tell who wrote what for the most part. The fact that this was written by two authors with differing writing styles and backgrounds and yet feels surprisingly cohesive for such a long and unwieldy tome is something to be praised, I think.
Probably never gonna happen, though. Hail Eris! A long read that mixes conspiracy stories with surreal images and time bending- the plot has flashbacks and flashforwards with no warning that the way the book is constructed may confuse and irritate some.
Reminds of Kafka and PKD. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I read the big red paperback edition of this in the '80s when I was in high school.
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Since then I've understood we all live in our own reality-tunnel,. Once you get all the references to movies, music, literature, conspiracy theories, etc it's kind of amazing how much they managed to weave into the narrative, and tell a fairly coherent story.
And fnord it all if it's not a real story! It sure does meander about, but there's actually a fun adventure story with cool characters and imaginative plotting at the end of it all. This hillarious lecture can cause headaches, seizures and gained notoriety for turning sane people into paranoidal schizophrenics.